Worst: WE NEED A GYM SUBSIDY - its crucial for employees, especially accountants who sit in front of computer screens all week, in san francisco to be able to afford the expensive gyms
Employees contribute a small percentage toward benefit plan premiums.
4 weeks of vacation time to recoup, 3% employer 401k match, lunch room is always stocked with snacks and drinks and dinners are brought in during busy season, gym downstairs accessible to all employees, good maternity/paternity plan (it’s not Denmark but it’s good for the Bay Area). The Kaiser health plan is full so if you aren’t already in it you can’t choose that one. The tax department has a shut down week the last week of the year so you’re more or less required to take PTO that week. Great benefits overall and very flexible work schedule once you earn the trust of your supervisors by showing you can be trusted to complete work timely with the flexibility.
The healthplan is decent. The PTO is pathetic and the lump it together as both vacation and sick leave. However, during the interview process they did not clarify this until the final offer and let it be assumed that their vacation was more generous. Also there 401k match only vests after 2 years.
You're given PTO so you get to use that as you want. You do have to build it up but after busy season that's not too hard. During busy season you can order dinner during the week and lunch on weekends. You have to work 10 hours during the week and 5 hours on weekends to do this. After 6 months you are eligible for the matching 401k plan. You have to get approval before using PTO during busy season. At least two of the offices have gyms as apart of the complex that the office is located in.
PTO is great - 4 weeks a year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.